Five Of the Country’s Best Wilderness Camps for Teens

Although camps at troubled teen programs can be utilized year round, spring is the perfect time to take advantage of these great opportunities to help your teen grow while focusing on the outdoors. Warmer weather and ample time off of school, such as spring break, make this time of year ideal to explore a teen…

Posted on: March 6th 11:57 am

Great Reasons To Keep Teens Involved in Church

Teenagers have so many facets of their lives daily. School and home life may take up the majority of their time, but extracurriculars can be a welcome break from the monotony of these long-hour activities. Sports and clubs may seem like the obvious choice to help your troubled teen stay busy, but another option to…

Posted on: February 19th 12:00 pm

Five Ways to Show Your Teen You Love Them

Teenagers can be very insecure in their formative years, often wondering who will be there when life gets to be too stressful. For many, a good set of friends may fill some of the roles, but what a troubled teen really needs is a good, loving parent. Parents often say the words of love so…

Posted on: February 5th 1:05 pm

How to Help Your Teen Deal With Change

Change is an inevitable part of life, and many adults have had enough change happen through their youth that they have learned to adapt fairly easily. However, teens may have a more difficult time adjusting to major changes, or even smaller ones that affect them directly. If your teen is starting to show troubling signs…

Posted on: January 22nd 12:44 pm

Four Resolutions Your Teen Can Make This Year

Resolutions are a great way to start the year off right with many people. The hope of a new calendar year brings joy to those who may have been struggling through the past one and making attainable goals are an efficient way to make the new year more productive for their lives. If your teen…

Posted on: January 6th 12:22 pm

Why A Winter Camp May Help Your Troubled Teen

The holidays can be an especially hard time for those dealing with depression. With teens, it can mean a considerable “shake up” in the normal routine with lack of school, more time at home with large amounts of family and dangerous social situations. Winter breaks tend to have more frequent social gatherings among teens, which…

Posted on: December 20th 1:47 pm

How You Can Help Your Teen Through Seasonal Affective Disorder

Shorter, cold days can make anyone get a case of the winter blues. Often the sun feels as if it is gone just as soon as it came up that morning. However, in some cases, the “blues” that accompany this type of weather can take a more extreme turn into depression. This affliction, called Seasonal…

Posted on: December 6th 11:42 am

Why Choose a Residential Program for Troubled Teens

The thought of sending your teen to a residential program may seem scary, but outpatient services can be ineffective when dealing with some of the more alarming issues. If you have exhausted everything you can think of, and are still having problems with your troubled teen, considering a residential program can be a lifesaver. There…

Posted on: November 22nd 1:59 pm

How To Deal With Anger in Your Teen

With the challenges teens are facing these days, it’s easier for them to get caught up in emotional turmoil dealing with everyday situations. However, if your teen is going beyond the normal boundaries of angst, you may have cause for some alarm. Engaging in anger-related behaviors such as aggressive language, violence or self-harm can be…

Posted on: November 8th 12:14 am

Lessons Your Teen Will Learn From Babysitting

If you are at your wit’s end trying to find a troubled teen program that will teach your child responsibility, look no further than local babysitting.  Not only can babysitting keep your teen occupied outside of school, but it can also teach a troubled teen how to be responsible for another life. It may start…

Posted on: October 19th 11:22 am

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